Cacio Magno cheese
Cacio Magno is a soft ewes' milk cheese produced near the Tevere-Farfa Nature Reserve and a few kilometres from Farfa Abbey in the Italian region of Lazio. The milk comes from the Sicilian, Sardinian and mainly Lacauna breeds of sheep. It is full bodied yet delicate and buttery. The aroma of sheep is very noticeable and the edible acidic rind with its calluses, compensates for the stickiness of soft dough. The surface is dusted with potato starch to help the formation of the rind. Maturation lasts twenty days during which the cheese is turned twice.
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|Queso blanco cheese||310|
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